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Watch Portugal. the Man perform stripped-down "Feel It Still" on London rooftop

Credit: Maclay HeriotPortugal. the Man has shared a new video of the band performing a stripped-down version of their hit single, "Feel It Still." The clip, which was filmed on a rooftop in London, is streaming now via

"Feel It Still" is the lead single from Portugal. the Man's new album, Woodstock. The track currently sits at number one on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart, and has held that position for the past 13 weeks.

Speaking with NME, bassist Zach Carothers says that "Feel It Still" was "generally inspired by a couple specific sea changes that mean a lot to us."

"1966 -- Civil rights movements, war protest and LSD testing," he explains. "1986 -- first finding out about New York hip-hop. [Beastie Boys'] License To Ill. 'Fight For Your Right to Party.' Essentially a rebel just for kicks."

Portugal. the Man is currently on tour in Europe. They'll return to the U.S. next week for a tour beginning October 2 in Bloomington, Illinois.

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